What you need to know about IP Telephony

IP Telephony is also known as Internet Protocol telephony. IP Telephony or IP PBX (Private Branch Exchange) makes use of internet protocol to communicate digitally through a high-speed internet telephone rather than a traditional fixed phone

How does the Internet Telephone system function?

To use the Internet Telephone system, it is essential to have a Voice over IP solution. It may be a VoIP phone system (SIP softphone). The audio signal from the microphone is transformed into data. The data is split into small packets and transferred to the recipient over the internet. These data packets are assembled in the right order and transformed into audio which the recipient hears. This is how the Internet Telephone system functions.

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Why should your company have an IP Telephony

Since almost all companies have access to the Internet, they have already implemented their corporate networks over the IP protocol.

Thus, they are given a first-class opportunity to utilize the IP network infrastructure, which includes, in addition to the communication lines, other equipment such as routers, switches, etc.

This IP network infrastructure can be used for telephony as well. Even if the IP telephony system is confined within the enterprise, the benefits are significant.

When a company uses leased circuits to connect remote branches, the use of these circuits for both IP telephony and data connectivity provides substantial benefits and cost savings to the company.